Clothing Should be Forwarded Immediately

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Date November 2, 1799
Author Name Daniel Jackson (primary) Location: Watertown
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary)
Summary Jackson sent his returns for clothing wanted for for his battalion of Artillerists and Engineers to Ebenezer Stevens in New York. He urges Hodgdon to send the clothing immediately since some of his soldiers are suffering for lack of it. He lists the Company commanders and their locations. He notes that Person Titcomb, a cadet, purchased his own clothing so he should be reimbursed. Captain John Henry has written that his soldiers have also had to purchase their own clothing.
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Document Notes Recipient is assumed to be Hodgdon based on the content of the letter.
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; Daniel Jackson; Artillerists and Engineers; Colonel Ebenezer Stevens; soldiers; Captain D Wadsworth; Captain Lemuel Gates; Captain Amos Stoddard; Captain John Henry; sergeant major; quartermaster sergeant; Person Titcomb; cadet; ;
Related Places Watertown; New York; Fort Sumner, Portland; Fort Independence, Castle Island; Fort Wolcott; Fort Adams; Newport; New London; ;
Keywords returns; clothing; purchase; cost; damage; ;
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